A system having a number of land units [100, 4000, 5000] is disclosed which operates to efficiently find and create boreholes  to one or more underground targets . Each of the land units [100, 4000, 5000] may be remotely controlled from a central command unit . The land unit also may be self-controlled, or partially controlled by the central command unit . The system  is reconfigurable to reallocate tasks to functional land units [100, 4000, 5000] which were originally allocated to land units which have been destroyed and are now non-functional.
W. A. Berger et al., "Command and Control for Boring System," U.S. Patents, Jan 2011.
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01 Jan 2011